Keep an eye on the galley slide out. I have read where a few have had to be replaced. It’s a PIA to replace, and can be done but you have to go in through the battery compartment. I am as gentle as can be making sure to pull the slide all the way out when deploying it. Then be sure to always push that red button to unlock the slide before sliding it back in place. If you have issues with the slide Intech will make it right. They build each Flyer in about 3-4 days...as per my conversation with Keith at the factory.
Be sure to not over load the rear receiver. I was told by Keith it’s rated for 200#, but now Intech (Brianne via an email) is saying it’s 100# likely due to people over loading them.
Good luck with your shake down..,our first two camping trips were seamless. We really like the ease of towing and maneuvering this little camper.
Good to know. I’ll bring it up then, as it’s hitting the frame of the opening when it retracts.
Also, I found this loose pigtail last night when applying loctite to the lag bolts for the AC unit:
Any idea what it’s to/for? I’ve taped the end so I don’t have exposed wire but it feeds into the structure and isn’t connected to anything on this end.